China sets a high bar for education goals

01/22/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

To reach its education goals, China will need to "improve quality and creativity," rather than solely focus on producing a large number of college graduates, says Gerard A. Postiglione, professor of education at the University of Hong Kong and the director of its Wah Ching Center of Research on Education in China. Already the country has shown much dedication -- financially and in policy -- to promoting education and the results are beginning to demonstrate that commitment, he writes.

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